Weekly Feature



June 3, 2015 RSS feed / Front Page

Clarence native returns to small screen in ‘Junk Food Flip’

Clarence native Nikki Dinki returned to the airwaves this week in the debut of “Junk Food Flip” on Cooking Channel, a sister channel of the Food Network.  Dinki previously starred in Season 9 of Food Network’s “Food Netwo More...

Editorials

Tips that will save you money at the gas pump

Bee Editorial

It’s the same sad story every year: Warm weather arrives, and so do higher gas prices. People have vacations to get to and weekend getaways, yet the cost of even getting there forces them to reconsider. More...

Spindle items

• ALLENTOWN ART FESTIVAL — We have featured 2010 Clarence High School graduate Kelsey Merkle multiple times in The Clarence Bee in recognition of her artistic talent and achievement, including a 2010 feature story about the Sheridan Colleg More...

Out of the Past

125 Years Ago June 6, 1890 Chicken thieves are about and other depredations are being committed. Officer Peter Burns has an eye out and will nab some of them, no doubt. Dr. Howe was in town on Monday. More...

Letters to the Editor

Thanks to all who supported parade

American Legion Post 838 would like to thank everyone who participated in and supported our town’s 95th Memorial Day parade.  More...

Bee Heard

Bee Heard

.Some people were complaining about service at town hall, but I was at the assessment office recently and the staff was prompt, gave me exactly what I needed and even helped me fill out the forms. More...

Sports

Seventh time not the charm for boys lax in ‘A’ final

For the seventh consecutive year, Clarence and Orchard Park met in the Section VI Class A boys lacrosse championship game — and for the fourth straight spring, the Quakers earned the right to represent the area in the Far West Regional at the R More...

OP softball avenges 2014 semifinal loss

Clutch hitting in third pushes Lady Quakers to rare ‘AA’ title at Clarence’s expense

Orchard Park’s softball team swept Clarence during the regular season, but it was Saturday’s third victory of the season over the Lady Red Devils that they had truly been gunning for all year long. More...

LAURICELLA’S LAURELS

Clarence graduate Zach Lauricella helped the St. John’s University baseball team complete a 41-16 season by winning one of three games in its appearance in the Stillwater Regional of the 2015 NCAA Baseball Championships. More...

Development, expansion projects march forward

Former Lakeside business park plans revived

Three major projects in town came closer to fruition during the Town Board meeting on May 27.  McGuire Development received a special exception use permit for its proposed retail plaza at 5989 Transit Road featuring a Tim Hortons drive-thru.&nbs More...

Youth Bureau expands speaker series

Focus shifts to more frequent, intimate discussions

Each fall, teens and parents have had the opportunity to listen to experts talk about topics such as substance abuse and bullying, thanks to the Clarence Youth Bureau’s annual speaker series. More...

Local News

Woman creates coloring book for grownups

SOMEONE YOU SHOULD KNOW

For Clarence resident Tina Ames, her diagnosis with shingles two years ago was a blessing in disguise. More...

BIKING FOR A CAUSE

Clarence residents Paula Wolter, left, Jan Vesper-Diver, Jo Ellyn Mangano and Steve Diver arrive for a rest stop at Ledgeview Elementary School on Friday during the 100-mile Buffalo Ride For Missing and Exploited Children.   More...

Enrichment foundation golf tournament returns this month

The Clarence Schools Enrichment Foundation will hold its second annual Peach Cup Charity Golf Tournament on Saturday, June 13, at Seneca Hickory Stick Golf Course in Lewiston.  Proceeds will go toward CSEF, supporting its mini-grant programs, sc More...

Police Blotter

Florida scam artists spotted in town selling jerseys

Saturday, May 23  • A 911 hang-up call was reported at a residence on Jones Road. More...

Obituaries

Death Notices

ACKLEY, Dennis, J. “Jocko,” of Clarence, died Monday, June 1, 2015. He is survived by three daughters, Denise Rodriguez, Lisa Wellsby and Karen; six grandchildren; five sisters; and four brothers. More...

Lifestyles

Class of ’05:

Where are they now?

It has been a full decade since the Class of 2005 walked across the stage and into the next phase of their lives. Over 10 years, interests can change and developments in life alter plans. More...

Clarence Rotary selling Lobsterfest tickets

Ticket sales have begun for the Clarence Rotary Club’s 23rd annual Lobsterfest, scheduled for 6 p.m. Saturday, June 6, at Clarence Town Park, 10405 Main St. More...

Youth Bureau Information Series

Each month, the Clarence Youth Board and Youth Bureau will provide information addressing current issues pertinent to youth and families. More...

What's Going On

What’s Going On

Cystic Health group to install officers Women Interested in Cystic Health will hold a luncheon and installation of officers at noon Wednesday, June 10, at Brookfield Country Club, 5120 Shimerville Road. The presiding judge will be Barbara Howe. More...

Business

Charm school meets modern societal needs

Learning manners and etiquette is something all children and teens must do as they grow in order to function in society. More...

Concerts, Hollowfest next up in the Hollow

As we begin the full swing into the summer months, the Clarence Hollow Association holds its first concert on the lawn of the Asa Ransom House from 7 to 9 p.m. Thursday, June 25. It will be our first of three free concerts at the Asa Ransom House. More...

Business Brief

Tristan J. M. Drescher, a graduate of Clarence High School, has been named account manager with Evolution Dental Science in Buffalo. More...


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